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Interview: Seán Harnett

Step into the world of OpenAIRE with Seán Harnett. Learn more about his journey, vision, thoughts and achievements in the Open Science community and beyond. Enjoy! Can you please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your background and expertise?  My name is Seán Harnett. I live with my family in a small village in an Irish-speaking community in Connemara, to the west of Galway City. I started out my career in information architecture and instructional design before moving into d...

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Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure (POSI) Version 1.1: Reflections from Adopters

The article, entitled "Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure (POSI) Version 1.1: Reflections from Adopters" authored by Ginny Hendricks was published recently on Upstream, the open science blogging platform. The article analyses key insights and provides critical answers around the use of (POSI) Version 1.1 by adopters.  In recent years, advocates of POSI principles have consistently convened to discuss challenges encountered and positive changes implemented in their operati...

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PUBMET 2023 - The 10th Conference on Scholarly Communication in the Context of Open Science

The Event: This September, the jubilee Tenth Conference on Scholarly Communication in the Context of Open Science, held in Zadar, covered themes such as research assessment, open peer review, open science infrastructure, sustainability, training and education, and artificial intelligence. "Changing research landscape and the strategic use of policies and emerging tools to create comprehensive systems that enhance practicality at all research stages, from planning and tracking to assessment."&nbs...

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